Giving

Tax Credit Programs

Did you know that you can redirect the income taxes you are already required to pay to the State of Pennsylvania to go to TCA to be used for student scholarships? These programs are called EITC (Educational Improvement Tax Credit) and OSTC (Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit).   Both programs are designed to encourage a donation of scholarship funds for low-income families that desire a private school education.  The only difference between the two programs is that students who receive OSTC scholarships must come from “failing school districts”.

If you’re interested in learning more about our EITC and OSTC programs, or if you have any other questions about ways that you can support TCA, please contact Jon Thompson (’97),  our Director of Development.  His email is jthompson@tca-pa.org or you can reach him by phone at 610-872-5100 x129.

TCA to me is home and has been a home for the past 12 years. The teachers truly care for each and every one of their students. It is amazing that the teachers care and will ask how you are doing and how they can pray for you. TCA is also a safe place where you can be yourself and trust your teachers with just about anything. TCA is just an amazing community of God-loving people and you can feel it in the air.

Josh Shank

Josh Shank

Class of 2022


TCA has meant a lot to me over the years. It has shown me how to work hard while balancing other responsibilities. TCA has meant a lot to me because of the teachers. They have always wanted the best for me, encourage me to succeed, and they point me to Christ. The community at TCA is very special because the friendships I’ve made can last a lifetime.

Sophia Lyons

Sophia Lyons

Class of 2022

Jon Thompson

Director of Development

TCA COVID Protocols 2021-22

Please check out TCA's COVID Protocols for the upcoming 2021-22 school year. We understand that no matter what we decide to do with COVID protocol our families will have mixed reactions and strong opinions for or against any decision we make. As we anticipate a new academic year, we plan to begin the 2021-2022 school year with careful attention to the following items:

  1. Symptom Screening (prior to leaving home - do not send sick kids to school)
  2. Masking
  3. Cleaning and Disinfecting
  4. Ventilation
  5. Quarantine and/or Isolation Measures

Click the link below for a more comprehensive list of our protocols.

COVID Protocols 2021-22